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Lord Lloyd-Webber pockets a handy £2m from his Really Useful Group —

The vast bulk of Really Useful Group’s income - £30m of the most recent accounts - comes from royalties and profit sharing from investing in theatrical productions. However, it also has interests in licensing songs and music from Lord Lloyd-Webber’s extensive repertoire,  which includes shows such as Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Starlight Express, Aspects of Love and Evita. In the period covered by the accounts, music publishing accounted for £5.8m of the total, with merchandising another £1.3m. Film production added another £534,000.

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